Raynaud’s phenomenon – a condition scleroderma patients often severely suffer from – happens when the arteries that supply blood to the skin narrow and cut off the circulation to the fingers, toes, tip of the nose, and tips of the ears.
According to a recent study, Iloprost (Ventavis) in combination with Bosentan (Tracleer) might improve blood flow in the hands and feet of patients with systemic sclerosis.
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